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Why U-Tax for VAT and Payroll?
A premium service at unbeatable prices
VAT from £75 per quarter
Payroll from £20 per run
- Create a simple process and liase with HMRC on your behalf
- Keep you up to date with quarterly and monthly returns
- Support your company through all tax matters
- Give you a personal service
To arrange a FREE initial consultation please call
01564 774 242 or leave your details on the form
Whether you are just starting out, or have an existing business, let us help with your VAT and payroll needs. Constantly changing guidelines, such as RTI legislation, can make it difficult for you to keep up to date with new rules or leave you with costly non-compliant penalties handed out by HMRC. Let us take the worry away.
We can either look after part or all of your VAT and Payroll requirements.
How does it work? It’s simple
1. Get in touch.
Call us on 01564 774242 or fill out your details and we will call you back to arrange a FREE consultation.
2. Speak to our expert.
Our accountant will call you at a pre-arranged time to explain the procedures
3. Get a fixed quote.
We will advise you on our charges and payment system to cover all the work we believe needs completing
From 6 April 2013 employers will have to start reporting PAYE information to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in real time. You may see this referred to as Real Time Information – or RTI.
This means that employers will have to:
- send details to HMRC every time they pay an employee, at the time they pay them
- use payroll software to send this information electronically as part of their routine payroll process
- You will need to take several actions to prepare for operating PAYE in real time. At U-Tax we already have the systems in place for you. Contact U-Tax today for further information.
If you’re VAT-registered you’ll have to submit a VAT Return at regular intervals – usually quarterly – the return shows:
- the VAT you’ve charged on your sales to your customers in the period – known as output tax
- the VAT you’ve paid on your purchases – known as input tax
If the amount of output tax is more than the input tax, then you send the difference to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) with your return.
If the input tax is more than your output tax, you claim the difference back from HMRC.
There are special schemes that some businesses can use to help them work out and pay their VAT. Contact U-Tax today for further information.
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